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DaveandJenn David Foy And Jennifer Saleik both received their...









































DaveandJenn


David Foy And Jennifer Saleik both received their Fine Art Diplomas in 2003 from Grant MacEwan College in Edmonton. In 2004 they formed as the team DaveandJenn. Together in 2006, they went on to earn their BFAs with distinction from the Alberta College of Art and Design.

They were shortlisted for the Royal Bank of Canada’s Canadian Painting Competition in 2006 and 2009. In 2010 DaveandJenn were awarded the Lieutenant Governor of Alberta Biennial Emerging Artist Award.


DaveandJenn’s work has been collected by the Alberta Foundation for the Arts, The Calgary Civic Art Collection and The Royal Bank of Canada.


They have also received project grants and support from the Alberta Foundation for the Arts and Canada Council for the Arts.


DaveandJenn currently live and work in Calgary, Alberta.


They have exhibited throughout Canada and abroad.txt Via


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